I am a morning person, serial entrepreneur, visual storyteller, Airbnb Superhost & Experience Host, medium format film lover and father of two obnoxious felines that have been on the front page of Reddit more times than I'd like to admit. I'm also a business development professional with a passionate focus in quality media production and digital marketing content.

While at my agency roles in business development and content production, I've worked with brands like Four Seasons, AMTRAK, Marriott Autograph Collection Hotels, Islands of the Bahamas Tourism, Pilot Pens of America, AFLAC, Party City, Copper Tires & Rubber Company, Flowers Foods and Florida Department of Health.

My personal and professional photography & video work has been published/printed in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Fortune Magazine along with online publications like FastCompany, Photo District News, San Francisco Chronicle, CNBC, The Verge, TechCrunch, FastCoDesign, Venture Beat, F-Stoppers, SF Gate, App Advice and Apple Stores across the world.

I started a boutique production studio in downtown San Francisco, where I've produced marketing content and commercial campaigns for Macy's, PCH International, Highway 1 Incubator, True Ventures, The Parkinson's Institute, Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and Foundation, Minnetonka Moccasins, Chevron and continue to partner with a handful of agencies throughout the US.

Between those extremes, I've worked across continents for communications and design companies, SAAS, launched enterprise technology products and lead content production and editorial strategy for a storytelling app that was acquired by Square.

Currently, I am the business development lead and producer at ALCHEMYcreative, a film and photography production company.

I dedicate the rest of time to freelance commercial/editorial photography as a founding partner of Studio63, an artist photography studio in downtown San Francisco. It is in this creative space where I work on personal projects as well as satisfy my need for continued creative education, experimentation and furthering relationships within the historic artist community at 63 Bluxome St.

Feel free to contact - I'll talk your face off!